|Author||Lutz, R. N.|
|Source||United States Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information|
|Subject Keyword||NUCLEAR FUELS ♦ ENGINEERING NOT INCLUDED IN OTHER CATEGORIES ♦ STAINLESS STEELS ♦ PACKAGING ♦ WASTE TRANSPORTATION ♦ CONTAMINATION ♦ RADIOACTIVE WASTES ♦ CONTAINERS ♦ SAVANNAH RIVER PLANT ♦ REACTOR COMPONENTS ♦ SCRAP METALS|
|Abstract||The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Savannah River site (SRS) began a program in late 1993 to pursue the recycling of radioactively contaminated stainless steel. The objective of the beneficial reuse demonstration is to recycle up to 200 t of contaminated stainless steel scrap into waste containers for use within the DOE complex. The metal is melted and fabricated by subcontractors at licensed commercial facilities. Product delivery commenced July 31, 1995. The main challenges to initiation of the recycling include the accumulation, characterization, packaging, and shipment of the contaminated metal items. This paper summarizes how these issues are met.|
|Learning Resource Type||Article|
|Publisher Place||United States|
|Journal||Transactions of the American Nuclear Society|
|Technical Publication No.||CONF-951006-|
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